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Josephine Streetscape

East Josephine: End of A Year

November 30, 2020 Kevin Williams

There were moments of sheer exasperation under the unrelenting summer sun. The months of 90-degree temps without significant rainfall were very hard on the young, establishing plants of the East

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The Not-So-Secret Secrets of Blossoms of Light

November 27, 2020 Special Events
The holiday season is in full bloom at York Street as Blossoms of Light™ delights thousands of guests each night with mesmerizing displays of light and color. Though it is a tradition for many Front
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Tropical Houseplant Care 101

November 23, 2020 Scott Preusser

At the Gardens we have a large collection of tropical plants that live in the Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory and in our plant collections greenhouses. Much of this collection could suitably

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The Annual CBHL Literature Awards

November 20, 2020 Anna Kongs

The Helen Fowler Library is honored to be a member of the Council on Botanical and Horticultural Libraries (CBHL). Each year, the Council reviews and votes on exemplary titles, and the winners are

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Holiday Gift Guide

November 17, 2020 Kaitlyn Heinz

It's time to start your holiday shopping! This year, online shopping is key, and at the Shop at the Gardens we have made it easy for you with our online store, free shipping and curbside pickup, so

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How Did I Get Here? A Mid-life Career Change

October 30, 2020 Holly Parrott

And you may ask yourself, well How did I get here? “Once in a Lifetime” by Talking Heads I found myself asking this very question back in 2010. I’m guessing most of us ask ourselves what type of

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The Language of Flowers During Challenging Times

October 28, 2020 Horticulture Intern

My internship did not happen the way I expected: masks, social distancing, cancelled events and field trips. As the Therapeutic Horticulture Intern, I dreamed of working with a variety of people in

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